The Battle of Spioenkop and Ladysmith Siege

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The Battle of Spioenkop and Ladysmith Siege

Price:
 R2 200 (min 2 people)
 
Duration:
Day Tour
Spioenkop known by some, as the “acre of massacre”. Where on the 23 January 1900, with ongoing pressure to relieve the Ladysmith garrison. Gen. Sir Redvers Buller, placing his forces under control of Lt. Gen. Sir Charles Warren. Would make a decisive assault on the highest point of the Boer defences known as Spioenkop. This was seen as one of the greatest blunders of the Second Boer War. With great losses suffered by both the Imperial and Boer forces alike.

The Battle of Spioenkop and Ladysmith Siege

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The Battle of Spioenkop

Spioenkop known by some, as the “acre of massacre”. Where on the 23 January 1900, with ongoing pressure to relieve the Ladysmith garrison. Gen. Sir Redvers Buller, placing his forces under control of Lt. Gen. Sir Charles Warren would make a decisive assault on the highest point of the Boer defences known as Spioenkop. This was seen as one of the greatest blunders of the Second Boer War. With great losses suffered by both the Imperial and Boer forces alike

Ladysmith Siege

The Siege of Ladysmith was a long drawn out engagement in the Second Boer War, taking place between 30 October 1899 and 28 February 1900 around the town of Ladysmith in the north of Natal

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Price

Excludes entry fees onto the Battlefields
Includes the services of a specialist battlefield guide, transport to and from the Battlefields
Private Tours on request

Price: 

R2 200 (min 2 people)
Duration:
Day Tour

 

Exclusions / Optional Extras

Lunch (Lunch packs can be arranged if booked in advance - price on request)

 
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